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The first time they replaced a seat fuse not sure which one, but the second time it was the fuse for the amplifier that had blown. It typically locks up once every couple of months or so, so the switch method resolves it quite effectively and with very little hassle. Some greease and contact cleaner gets it working again most times. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Find All Thanked Posts Image Gallery My images Upload an image View all users images Go to Page... check over here

User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice VW Group have since proven with Audi, VW, SEAT and Skoda that was a false fear and the blame for that error must surely lie with the BMW side of the Bazman View Public Profile Send a private message to Bazman Find More Posts by Bazman 22nd January 2008, 17:43 #2 kaiser This is my second home 75 Tourer I have done that by removing fuse number 9 (5 amp) and installing cabling, including a 5A inline fuse to the main options control panel where I have fitted a mini

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Mike Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter MikeJohn is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-10-2010, 14:46 Thread Starter kdowson Registered User p?t=107774http://www.the75andztclub.co.uk/forum/s ... The blue plug is on the airbag system so wouldn't affect the seats fuse. Love the leather.

The heated seat is actually switched to ground via the yellow, not supplied on this wire. Good luck Mike Mike, I like this idea. Blarno Even if I batter the living shit out of my Mondeo, I don't get less than 35mpg. Tell me, though.

Early ones have an ignition feed as well as the permanent, so two fuses, and ignition has to be on to move the passenger seat. If the seatback adjust works but not the forward/back it is more likely a connection problem.. Problem is that you cannot decide when the thing will fail again and as likely it will do so when the missus wants to use it and I am not about. Note that passwords are case-sensitive.

One reason for running fancy german stuff is there are plenty of good specialists around. Dave T Duotone View Public Profile Send a private message to Duotone Find More Posts by Duotone 23rd January 2008, 15:49 #8 nairda Gets stuck in Rover 75 The first car's spec is hilarious. I took the supply from the fusebox, and jumped from pass seat to drivers seat.

If they don't chances are there is a blown fuse. http://ariseoo.com/rover-75/rover-75-interior-lights-not-working.html Roadsterstu Re: A tale of two Rover 75s tali wrote: kraftwerk wrote: That's a great read. The process of setting seat positions also appeared to work and the unit would chime as though it had accepted a new position. The blue plug is on the airbag system so wouldn't affect the seats fuse.

Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the MG-Rover.org Forums forums, you must first register. Upgrades:Fitted Electric Memory Seat, Leather Cubby Lid, Wood Dash, Message Centre. Easily the most unreliable car I have ever had. this content However I have had one where the motor would jam in reverse so could be either.If it is the relay you may have some difficulty finding one, in Steve's case it

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Thread Tools Display Modes 22nd January 2008, 17:02 #1 Bazman Avid contributor Rover 75 2.0 cdt connoisseur SE tourer Automatic Join Date: Jan 2008 Location: Retford Posts: 106 Thanks:

All Rights Reserved. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? pDan rovercoup Rover Guru Posts: 1986 Joined: Fri Dec 14, 2012 9:34 pm Location: Herefordshire Re: Non working electric seat; any ideas? Shame you missed the Nano, we could have had a shufty.

I have not had problems yet with the seat fuses, so no help on that front from me. One of the most reliable was my MG ZT-T cdti auto. a 20A fuse for seat heating Fuse 19. have a peek at these guys The driver seat still moves but both seat heaters don't work and the passenger seat is immobile.